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Kawasaki fury 125 valve in./ex. clearances same with Suzuki smash 125.. thanks..

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Svein Sandnes

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0,04 in and 0,06 ex

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i hope this helps good luck
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SOURCE: I have a ticking noise in my 2005 Suzuki 125 DRZ.

The thick layer of grease is probably gone from between the engagement pawls and the thing they push against (forgot the proper name). There should still be a thin layer there, but it does cause more noise. I've been riding a Deore 525 on the rear for the since mid 03, and the same noice popped up at about the same noise. As far as I can tell, don't worry.

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SOURCE: Hi, what should be suzuki rmz 450(2005) valve clearance, Thanks

The valve clearance settings for the 2005 RMZ450 when the engine is cold are > Exhaust .006 to .009 > Intake .005 to .007, per the factory service manual.

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Posted on Apr 08, 2009


Johnny Brown

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valve clearance, with engine hot, intake valves are .005-.006 in, exhaust valves are .011 in, if engine is cold then its intake .009-.011 in and exhaust is .007. hope this helps good luck.

Posted on Nov 28, 2009

Mark Babineau

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SOURCE: it is difficult to change gear from high gear to

I am assuming when you say changing from high gear to low gear you are talking about changing the chain drive gears if so yes it can be difficult because the rear wheel must be removed and also the front sprocket must be held stationary in order to unscrew the hold down nut, this is usually the hardest part of the job but not impossible. Don't forget that most people that change the sprockets to increase off the line torque usually change the sprocket in sets unless you want to shorten or lengthen the chain, sometimes this si neccessary other times the chain slack adjustment range will allow you to get away with not needing to lengthen the chain, this only applies to people who decide not to chain the sprockets as a set.

Posted on Dec 07, 2009

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